BRATISLAVA, Jan 16 (Reuters) - South Korean car maker Hyundai will be better off siting its proposed new European plant in Slovakia than in a rival location in Poland, Slovak Finance Minister Ivan Miklos said on Thursday. Slovakia and Poland, both due to join the EU in May, are competing to get the 1.1-billion-euro ($1.40 billion) Hyundai plant, one of the largest greenfield investment projects in central Europe. "We can offer at least the same conditions for Hyundai as Poland, but I ...
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